Rude Britannia

Rude Britannia: A History Most Satirical, Bawdy, Lewd and Offensive "Series exploring British traditions of satire and bawdy and lewd humour begins in the early 18th century and finds in Georgian Britain a nation openly, gloriously and often shockingly rude. It includes a look at the graphic art of Hogarth,…

The History Boys

The following questions (The History Boys) were posed to my group on 'Creating and Consuming History' today as they watched Alan Bennett's film 'The History Boys'. This film could be analysed from a number of perspectives (film theory, feminist/gender theory, aesthetics, narrative, film history, teacher training, etc), but on this…